The Linfield Review

Student band Jack Ruby brings psychobilly music

Student band Jack Ruby brings psychobilly music

February 29, 2008

-Photo Courtesy of Jesse HugheyDaniel ClausenWhile sophomore Melissa Davaz’s story of how she met her bandmates is unlikely, it does indicate the whimsy in this band.“I remember we went to the beach last year, and Jesse just sort of appeared out of a cloud and things since have just been a wonderful mix of Bob...

Stage makeup enhances characters, creativity

Stage makeup enhances characters, creativity

February 22, 2008

Claire Oliver Arts/ent/ops editor  Senior Marcia Willard is lending her cosmetic talents to the Linfield Department of Theatre and Communication Arts, adding another layer of creativity to every production. “It’s something I’ve always wanted to do,” Willard said. “(When I was young), I always pla...

Artists dabble in printing craft

February 22, 2008

  Amber McKenna Features Editor This semester in the Miller Fine Arts Center, one may hear something similar to nails on a chalkboard. No, someone isn’t trying to give you the chills. Students are practicing the art of printmaking. It is an art form that requires precision, craft and c...

Linfield lands accomplished costume designer

February 22, 2008

Stacey Barchenger Managing editor  At 13 years old, David Hermosillo took his first role in the theater as a clown in “Carnival.” He said he is still a clown, almost 20 years later. His dad hoped he would be a doctor, but lucky for Hermosillo, one of his four siblings is now a pre-med student at the University of O...

Professor’s art captures essence of exotic locale

February 22, 2008

Katie Paysinger Linfield Review staff The powerful sound of the rainforest and traces of sand from a nearby beach invade the atmosphere. Rope vines hang from above and disregarded trinkets from those who have come before lie on the aged ground. While it may seem like you have been transported to...

Piano “kapers” display skills.

February 22, 2008

Professor hand selects pieces for advanced musicians Joelle Cheek Linfield Review staff Two pianists will get the chance to shine in Keyboard Kapers. At the end of every semester, Jill Timmons, artist in residence and professor of music, meticulously revisits her collection of music, matching ea...

Defying convention

Defying convention

January 31, 2008

Of Linfield’s many distinguished faculty, Cris Moss, adjunct professor of art and visual culture and Miller Fine Arts Gallery director, brings diverse experience to Linfield. Since Moss took the job in fall 2004, the art department has gained more recognition. “It has become a hot spot,” Moss...

Family feel-good film twists Christmas story

January 31, 2008

“My brother is Santa Claus,” Fred says. “Fred Claus,” in theaters now, is more than just a “Santa Claus wins and every child wakes up with their most-wanted gifts” Christmas story. Although the film’s 116-minute run is predictable, it throws twists and turns at the cast and audience...

Capstone projects showcase directors’ talents

January 9, 2008

Students in the Play Directing class will demonstrate the culmination of their skills by producing 12 scenes and incorporating the lessons learned on and off stage on Dec. 6, 7 and 8. Each of the three nights will feature four different selections, created by each of the 12 students in the class,...

Art exceeds “Expectations”

January 9, 2008

A select group of students had their work hand picked to be featured in a diverse exhibit in the Miller Fine Arts Gallery. The show titled “Defying Expectations,” premiered at 6 p.m. Dec. 5 with an artist’s reception and end-of-semester celebration. It will be on exhibition through Jan. 31. Twelve...